The CU School of Dental Medicine and the Colorado School of Public Health have joined together to offer dental students the unique opportunity to earn their Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) and Masters of Public Health (MPH) degrees.
How to apply
Please complete the SOPHAS express application by May 1st. Applicants are required to complete the MPH application process through SOPHAS Express
Documents needed for application:
- Personal statement
- Two letters of recommendation
- Official Transcripts
- Application Fee ($50 paid to SOPHAS Express)
The MPH program requires 42 credits to be completed and all courses are online. Students can select any of the 23 concentrations across three campuses: University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley and Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Students can also create a custom concentration that reflects their unique interests in public health. Nine pre-approved credits of DDS coursework will be applied towards the MPH program. This will reduce the total credits for the MPH to 33 credits.
For more information on curriculum requirements, please visit the Colorado School of Public Health's webpage.
Tuition and financial information
Cost: $833 per credit hour (plus minimal fees) for in-state residents; $1352 per credit hour for out-of-state residents
for more information on tution and fees.
Program Director: Tamanna Tiwari, MPH, MDS, BDS